Adrian Perkasa, Ph.D.

Adrian Perkasa, Ph.D. (candidate) is one of the History Department lecturers at Universitas Airlangga. His areas of expertise include history, archaeology, and heritage studies. He holds two bachelor degrees in History and International Relations, both from Universitas Airlangga. His master degree in History is obtained from Universitas Gadjah Mada. He currently pursues his doctorate degree in Leiden University. Other than being a lecturer, he is also a member of the Indonesian Heritage Trust.

Several Publications:

  1. Citizens, civil society and heritage-making in Asia. HHM Hsiao, H Yew-Foong, P Peycam, A Perkasa. ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute.
  2. Crimes against Cultures: How Local Practices of Regulation Shape Archaeological Landscapes in Trowulan, East Java. T Jones, A Perkasa. Moral Ecologies.
  3. Panji in the Age of Motion An investigation of the development of Panji-related arts around Java. A Perkasa. Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia.
  4. The kampung, the city and the nation: Bhinneka Tunggal Ika in the everyday urban life of Kampung Peneleh, Surabaya, Indonesia. A Perkasa, R Padawangi, EN Farida. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 63 (3), 364-378.
  5. River Cities in Asia: Waterways in Urban Development and History. R Padawangi, P Rabé, A Perkasa. Amsterdam University Press